I just had to post this, because after using searchy, I found very, very little conversation about the new TaylorMade R7 Limited Drivers. Basically it was mentioned Mike Weir is using it and that's about it. Why isn't this on a lot of GolfWrx'ers radar? This could be an amazing driver. It basically comes from an era where TM was on fire with the R7 Drivers line and most companies were looking to copy/mimic their weighting system. Now they've come out with what we might call a 'polished' version of it in a 440 cc head size and more moveable weight resulting in greater ball flight control.
In 2004, TaylorMade introduced Movable Weight Technology in a seminal driver called the r7 quad, which gave golfers the ability to move weight in the driver head to promote changes in trajectory to gain greater distance and accuracy. Now, TaylorMade has unveiled the next driver in the r7 lineage, the R7 Limited, which promotes a change of 35 yards, and does so with only three weights weighing 16-grams, 1-gram and 1-gram. The r7 Limited also incorporates a new, modern and beautiful clubhead shape. Reminiscent of a triangle, with soft corners for a pleasing appearance, the head is faster-looking than any r7 driver head before it, and the address footprint is exceptionally large, giving it a substantial and confidence-inspiring appearance while deeper, lower CG promotes better launch conditions for even more yardage. TaylorMade R7 Limited Drivers is also equipped with a new high-performance 60-gram graphite shaft, the Matrix XCon 5.5 MOI, which incorporates a stability-enhancing weave that extends from the butt to the middle of the shaft.